Understanding Ohio’s Revised Non-Discrimination Laws

This week, Gov. Mike DeWine signed House Bill 352, OMA-supported legislation to bring Ohio’s employment discrimination laws in line with federal law, thereby creating a more predictable and consistent system for employers and employers.

OMA Connections Partner Calfee has published this summary of the new law, which takes effect 90 days following its signing. Among HB 352’s key provisions are reduced personal liability for supervisors and managers, and a shorter timeframe in which an employee can file a discrimination lawsuit. (OMA Connections Partner Dinsmore has also published a summary of the new law.)

Calfee will host a free webinar Jan. 28 at 9 a.m. to examine ways the Ohio’s revised non-discrimination laws may impact your business. 1/13/2021